Expect delays in D.C.
Whether you’re going with a group or just want to know what it’s like in D.C., local stories and resources from D.C. organizations will help you feel like you’re there.
The 2009 inaugural parade will begin at the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building and proceed along Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. The green area is a traffic-restricted area, where only pedestrians will be allowed. View an interactive version of this map at LJWorld.com/inaugural_parade/
Local students heading for inauguration
Students from Free State High School and Baker University are heading to Washington, D.C., to see Barack Obama take the oath of office.
Students head to Washington for inauguration
Sixteen Baker University students won’t just be earning credit between semesters this winter, they’ll also get a chance to witness a little history, too.
Soccer has always been a popular sport. In fact, it is widely known as the world’s most popular sport, but it has taken some time to develop in the United States.
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